Police, army and fire service personnel at the scene of a booby-trap bomb explosion in Ava Crescent, Belfast, N Ireland, in which Michelle O'Connor, 3 years, died and her father, John O'Connor, was seriously injured. The O'Connors, Roman Catholics, lived a short distance away in Sunnyside Park. The target of the bomb attack was almost certainly Michele's father who was the manager of a pub which had previously been attacked by the UDA or its flag of convenience, the UFF. 1975061301MOC.<br />
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Police, army and fire service personnel at the scene of a booby-trap bomb explosion in Ava Crescent, Belfast, N Ireland, in which Michelle O'Connor, 3 years, died and her father, John O'Connor, was seriously injured. The O'Connors, Roman Catholics, lived a short distance away in Sunnyside Park. The target of the bomb attack was almost certainly Michele's father who was the manager of a pub which had previously been attacked by the UDA or its flag of convenience, the UFF. 1975061301MOC.
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